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More NGKG stories about Everest!

More NGKG stories about Everest!

It’s hard to believe that we’re coming up on the one year anniversary of when the No Guts Know Glory 7Summits and the IBD Adventures Everest teams left North America and headed to Nepal to begin the long journey to the top of the world. The story is still captivating audiences at home. Two publications […]

Everest False Alarm

Everest False Alarm

The No Guts Know Glory Everest team woke up this morning thinking tomorrow would be the day they’d head up the mountain for their summit attempt. If weather forecasts had stayed true, then May 17th may have been the magical day that Rob Hill’s 7Summits quest would come to a glorious conclusion at the peak […]

Tony Bell, 2009 Great Comebacks™ national winner

Tony Bell, 2009 Great Comebacks™ national winner

On March 3, 2010, a new Great Comebacks™ national award winner was announced at a gala event in Washington, DC. Robert Hill was there to celebrate the winner; several years ago Rob was designated the Great Comebacks™  Global Ambassador to recognize his efforts for intestinal disease and ostomy education and awareness on a global scale. Rob Hill’s […]

Flashback Friday: Mount Kilimanjaro, 2003

Flashback Friday: Mount Kilimanjaro, 2003

After the experience of reaching his first 7Summits peak on Mount Elbrus in 2002, Rob Hill didn’t wait long to start planning his next climb, this time to the top of the highest free standing mountain in the world. Like many mountains around the globe, Kilimanjaro, at 19,334 feet or 5,893 metres above sea level, is actually […]

Flashback Friday: Mount Elbrus Europe 2002

Flashback Friday: Mount Elbrus Europe 2002

The winds were blowing. And the three climbers were tired. After fighting uphill in strong headwinds for a few hours, struggling through blinding snow and crusty ice below their crampons, the wind suddenly died. Rob paused his forward steps, briefly believing the break in the wind might last. It didn’t. As quickly as it had […]